1 Dog: $25/night 1 Dog: $15/day
2 Dogs: $20/night per dog 2 Dogs: $10/day per dog
3 Dogs: $15/night per dog 3 Dogs: $8/day per dog
1 Cat: $12/night
2 Cats: $10/night per cat
Rabbit/Guinea Pig/Small Critter/Bird
Check In/Check Out: Times are by appointment only. Please call (or email) to arrange for drop off and pick up of your pet(s). Promptness is most appreciated! We like to accommodate your needs and will try to work with your schedule. Drop off and pick up can be arranged 7 days a week for your convenience.
Cancellation Policies: We do have cancellation policies over Holidays and Spring Break; you must give 14 days notice to change or cancel or you will be charged for your entire stay. We do require deposits or credit card numbers to book reservations during these busy times.
Forms of Payment: We gladly accept cash, checks, as well as MasterCard and Visa.
- Proof of Vaccinations below must be shown prior to check-in
- All dog guests must be current on their rabies, DHLP, and Bordetella (canine cough)
- All Felines must have their current Distemper FVRCP
- A minimum of 2 emergency contacts, not including your vet
What We Provide: We supply all bowls and bedding for our guests, but you are more than welcome to bring along a dog bed, pillow, or mat. No sheets or comforters please! We ask that you bring something from home such as a special toy or two. Please limit the amount you bring and label all of your belongings. We will not be held responsible for lost or damaged items left.
Bringing Your Own Diets: We recommend that you bring the food that your pet is accustomed to so as to prevent tummy upset.
Flea and Tick Prevention: Since we are located in a rural setting, we require that your pet be on a flea and tick preventative when staying at Byron Center Pet Boarding. We have never had a flea infestation, and we would like to keep it that way. We check all incoming guests for fleas before check-in.
Sociability: We go to great lengths to make your pet’s stay as friendly and comfortable as possible. We appreciate if our boarders are well socialized and friendly with our staff. We understand that some dogs prefer the company of humans to other dogs, and that is not a problem. If they do not get along particularly well with their four-legged peers, we are happy to play with them on a one-on-one basis throughout the duration of their stay.